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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

" WASHINGTON 

CERTIFICATE OF COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION 

咖 ІВ tO C«tit B , in confer with section 55 of ^ Act t ^ 
and consolidate the Acts respecting Copyright approved March 4 1909 
by the Act approved March 2, 叫 that TWO 
L print or pictorial ILLUSTRATION named herein have been depos- 
ed TL ОШсе Under tbe provisions of the Act of 職 and « - 
ration of a claim to copyright for the first tenn of 28 years from the 
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welcomed at t.fst glance *і эп idea' 

creat.veness. a new world for the ch.ld m.nd h»s uMolded 
We have seen the t,n y f.ngers. Hes.tant ^- •be.spell 0^^;- 
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TElegístratíon of a Claim to Copgnght 

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Rtghur oí Copfithtt 
Umltd Ssates of Amtrics 



Name 



CLASS 



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,. Copyri 3 ht Claimant(s) and Addre$*(*»): 

(k + ,00ч New York, N.Y. 10021 
! 75 East 7^ th Street (Apt.ie-в) ― ^ - 



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(Title of book) 



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Name 



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Domiciled i« U.S.A. Y« ― No ―… Addr«. 
4. DaU of Publication of Thli Edition: 



Citiïenihip 



(NÏmë of country) 



І. New MaH*r In This Venlen: 



Oct 5.1975 



(Month) 



(Dty) 



(Year) 



, A . p(lbll , hed A br oad: If all or a substantial part of the text of this edition 



Date of fint publication of foreign edition 



(Ye»r) 



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У Complete all applicable spaces on next page 



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Send certifícate to: 



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name and 
address ) AddKU 



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175 Eaet 7^*th Street( Apt, 18-3) 

^Number and street ) 

New York N.Y. 



10021 

"(ZÏP'côdë)" 



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Whttt Is a "Book"? The term "books" covers not only materia 
published in book form, but also pamphlets, leaflets, cards, and 
Гіпеіе pages containing text. Books include fiction, nonfiction, 
poetry, collections, directori«, catalogs, and information in tabular 
form. 



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Second: Publish the Work With Copyright Nonce. The copy- 
richt law defines the "date of publication" as ■'. . ■ the earliest 
date when copies of the first authorized edition were placed on sale, 
sold, or publicly distributed by the proprietor of the copyright or 
under his aulbority, ■ . .'■ , 

Third: Register Your Copyright Claim. Promptly after publica- 
tion, mail to the Regislcr of Copyrights, Library of Congress, 



Washington, D.C. 20559, two copi« of the work as published 
with notice, an application on Form A, properly completed and 
notarized, and a fee of $6. 

The Copyright Notice. The copyright notice for books shall 
appear on the title page or verso thereof, and shall consist of three 
dements: the word "Copyright," or the abbreviation Copr, or 
the symbol ©, accompanied by the name of the copyright owner 
and the year date of publication. Example: © John Doe 1973. Use 
of the symbol © may result in securing copyright in countries 
which are members of the Universal Copyright Convention. 



MOTE. It is the act of publication with notice that actually secures copyright 
are published without the required notice, the right to secure copyright is lost, and 



If copies 
be restored. 



Books manufactured abroad 



/„ General. Form A is not appropriate for books which have 
been manufactured outside the United Sut«. 

ForeiRnUnRuage Books. Applications covering torcign- 
UnguaRe books by foreign authors, manufactured abroad, should 
be submitted on Form A-B Foreign. , , , 

En R \hh-Unguage books. Books in English manufactured abroad 
may be registered for "ad interim" copyright (Form A-B Ad 
Interim) - or, if they arc protected under the Universal Copyright 
Convention they are eligible for full-term registration on Form 
A-B Foreign: . 

(1) Ad Interim Copyright. Ad interim registration IS necessary 
for protection in the United States unless copyright has been secured 



under the Universal Copyright Convention. To i«urc a^d ntcr.m 
copyright a claim must be registered within 6 months of first publi- 
cation abroad. Ad interim copyright lasts for 5 years or unt.l an 
American edition is published within the 5-year period and 

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work by I foreign author first published abroad и eligible Юг 
term U.S. copyright if: (a) its author is a citizen or subject 
country which is a member of the Universal Copyright Conven- 
tion or the work was first published in such country, and (b) all 
published copies bear (he copyright notice prov.ded under the 
Universal Copyright Convention. 



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of 



FOR COPYRIGHT OFFICE USE ONLV_ 



Application and affidavit received 



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copyright C.-imon»i.) and Add««(«): 

Emery I • CX^ oar _„_._.. 
Nime 2 West 86 th Street 



FORM К 



CLASS 


REGISTRATION NO. 


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(tliVõf the work) 



Natur* of Work: 



Drawing 



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□ Weight (in pounds) 



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Author of the Print or Reproduction: 



Emery I« Gonûor 



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Domiciled io U. S. 



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'(Nime of country) 

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Publieotlon and Manufaetuf«: 
(a) DaU el Publlcatien: 



May 22 1962 

N ew Tork f N.Y. - U.S^. 



(b) Place of Publication: 



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N<w Mott*r In This Venion: 



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Deposit весом": 



Name 

10. S«iid certificat* te: 



Gond or 



Address 



(Type or 
print 
паше and 
address) 



Name 



Gondor 



Emery 
2 V7eet 86th Street 

(Number and ftr«0 



N ѳѵ; York 24 # N # T. 



(City) 



<Zone) 



2 West 86$_li 24» N.Y 



Information concerning copyright 

When To Use Form K. Form К is appropriate for published 
prints and pictoriaj illustrations. 

What is a "Print or Pictorial Illustration"? This category 
(Class K) includes prints and pictorial illustrations produced 
by lithography, photoengraving, or other methods of reproduc- 
tion. Examples: greeting cards, picture postcards, calendar 
illustrations, and the like. 



in prints and pictorial illustrations 

Unpublished Works, A work cannot be 
"print or pictorial illustration" in unpublished form. Unpub- 
lished works are protected at common law against unauthorized 
use prior to publication. , 

Duration of Copyright. Statutory copyright in published 
prints and pictorial illustrations lasts for 28 years from the 
date of first publication, and may be renewed for a second 28- 
year term. 



How to secure statutory copyright in a print or pictorial illuetration 



First: Produce Copies With Copyright Notice, Produce the 
print or illustration in copies by printing or other means of 
reproduction. To secure copyright, it is essential that the 
copies bear a copyright notice in ihe required form and posi- 
tion, as explained below. '一 . , " . ―. 

S"onâ: Publish the Work With Copyright Notice. The 
copyright law defines the "date of publication" as "- • . the 
earliest date when copies . . . were placed on sale, sold, or 
publicly distributed." , 一,. — , . 

Third: Regisler Your Copyright Claim. Promptly atcer pub- 
lication, mail to the Register of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington 25, D. C, two complete copies of the print 
or illustration as published with nocice, an application on 
Form K, properly completed and signed, and a fee of $4. 
NOTE: Photographs may be deposited instead of actual copies 
under certain circumstances; see optional deposit instructions. 

The Copyright Notice. The copyright notice for prints and 
pictorial illustrations should appear on the face of the work, 
or, if the work is a portfolio or collection of prints in book 
form, on the title page or verso thereof. It should ordinarily 
consist of the word "Copyright," lhe abbreviation "Copr.," or 
the symbol ©, accompanied bv the name of the copyright owner. 
The year date of publication may be included in the notice. 



fur 



but normally it is not required unless lhe work could also be 
garded as a "book." . 
-Alternative Form of Notice. As an ahernacive, the notice 
юг prints and illustrations may consist of the symbol ©. ac- 
companied by the initials, monogram, or mark of lhe copyright 
owner, provided the owner's name appears on some accessible 
part of the copies. - , 

― Universal Copyright Convention Notice. Use oí the 
symbol © with the name of lhe copyright owner and the year 
date of publication may result in securing copyright in countries 
which are parties to the Universal Copyright Convention. Ex- 
ample: © John Doe 1958. . 

Optional Deposit. For certain published works, ic may be 
impractical to deposit actual copies because oí the i г size, 
weight, fragility, or monetary value. In such cases the Register 
of Copyrights may permit the deposit of photographs or other 
reproductions instead of che actual copies, under coodiiions 
specified in the Copyright Office Regulations. If the opiional 
form of deposit is used, it will be necessary: (1) ю fill out line 
4 on pages 1 and 3, and (2) to deposit phoiographs or other 
identifying reproductions of the work. Detailed instructions 
regarding the opiional deposit appear on the accompanying 
insert sheet. 



NOTE' It is the act of publication with notice that actually secures copyright protection in a print 
or pictorial illustration. If copies are published without lhe required notice, the right Co secure 
copyright is lost, and cannot be restored. 



FOR COPYRIGHT OFFICE USE ONLY 


Application received 

JUL -(; 1962 




Two copies received 

MAY 2 3 1962 


Photographs or reproductions received 


Fee received 

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recreanon outlet tor ch.ldren Го many busy parents, teachers and nurses 
they offer ш relea" trom the exacting cla.ms for und.v.ded attention. 
However in the field of ch.ld study, these simple symbols hold an even more 
.mportant pos.l.on In the development of al«rtn«", pat.ence concentra- 
t.on and crestiveness. я new world (or the child mind has unfolded 
We have seen the tiny f.ngers. hes.tant under the spell of strange «mpres- 
s.ons. suddenly grasp their meaning, and then the joyous moment when the 
eye. lhe mind and the hands, harmonne into action 



stand swaying and smiling before their enraptured creator and audience A 
mult.tude of words could not duplicate ihe *bi tract truths learned »hfough 
these happy illustrations 





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CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

OF A CLAIM TO COPYRIGHT IN A WORK OF ART, 
OR A MODEL OR DESIGN FOR WORK OF ART 



THIS Is To CERTIFY that the following statements for the 
J^ herein named have been made a part of the = 
If the Copyright Office. In witness whereof the seal of the 
Copyright Office is hereto affixed. 

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REGISTRATION NO. 

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of art FORM G 




Claimants (Full NAMES and ADDRESSES) : 



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EMry..Jb3IL«-.-üúnÜQr 

a. title 讓藝 



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Name ^^-:~: üí"— "(^> 



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4. For Published Works Only: 

(a) Published by 厂— 

(b) Date first placed on sale, sold, or publicly distributed 

(c) if Produced Outside the United States by 
lithographic or photoengraving process, state where 

5. SEND CERTIFICATE, REFUND (IF ANY), AND OTHER 

Communications to: 



at 



(Place) 



(Month, day. and year) 



(Country) 



Name — — 挺 

(Number «nd Btreet) 



Address 
Now York 



DATES OF RECEIPT 


画 N COPYRIGHT OFFICE 


APPUICATJ5^ C 9 


1 , 19^7 


ONE COPY J)Q Q л 


15» 


TWO COPIES 





25 _„ New_Yprk 



(City) 



(Zone) 



( SUite) 




Page 2a 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR SECURING REGISTRATION OF 
OR A MODEL OR DESIGN FOR 



PUBLISHED WORKS 

Registration may be secured for a work of art, or a 
model or design for work of art, after it has been pub- 
lished with notice of copyright, which may consist of the 
word "Copyright," or the abbreviation "Copr.," or the 
symbol ©, accompanied in either case by the name of 
the copyright proprietor. The symbol © may be ac- 
companied merely by the initials, monogram, mark, or 
symbol of the copyright proprietor, provided that on 
some accessible portion of the copies or of the margin, 
back, permanent base, or pedestal, or of the substance on 
which such copies shall be mounted, his name shall 
appear. 

The "date of publication" in the case of a work of 
which copies are reproduced for sale or public distribu- 
tion is defined in the Copyright Act as "the earliest date 
when copies of the first authorized edition were placed 
on sale, sold, or publicly distributed by the proprietor of 
the copyright or under his authority." The act provides 
that promptly after such publication with notice there 
shall be deposited in the Copyright Office two complete 
copies» of the best edition thereof then published, which 



COPYRIGHT IN A WORK OF ART, 
WORK OF ART 

should be accompanied by the application on Form G 
and statutory fee of $2 for registration and certificate. 

UNPUBLISHED WORKS 
Copyright may also be secured for an unpublished 
work of art, or a model or design for work of art, by the 
deposit in the Copyright Office of a photograph or other 
identifying reproduction,* accompanied by a claim of 
copyright (use application Form G) and the statutory 
fee of $1 for registration and certificate. 

DURATION OF COPYRIGHT 

The first term of copyright is 28 years, which is com- 
puted in the case of a work published in the first instance 
from the date of publication; and in the case of an un- 
published work, from the date of registration. In the 
twenty-eighth year a renewal application (Form R fur- 
nished upon request) may be made to secure a second 
term of 28 years. 

•For the purpose of identification each copy deposited in the 
Copyright Office should bear a title which should correepond with 
the title siven in the application for regietration. 



★ ★ ★ ★ 



If you desire information or application forms (sup- 
plied free) for any class of work listed below, please 
advise which : 

Class A— Books published in the United States (appli- 
cation Form A). 

Books first published in a foreign country 
(application Form A Foreign). 

Class B— Periodicals (application Form B). 

Contributions to periodicals (application 
Form B5). 

Class С ~ Lectures, sermons, addresses, prepared for 
oral delivery (application Form C). 

Class D ― Dramatic or dramatico-musical compositions 
(application Form D). 

Class E 一 Musical compositions (application Form E). 

Class F ― Maps (application Form F). 



Class G— Works of art; models or designs for works of 
art (application Forra G). 

Class H 一 Reproductions of a work of art (application 
Form H). 

Class I ― Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 
technical character (application Form I). 

Class J— Photographs (application Form J). 

Class K— Prints and pictorial illustrations (application 
Form K). 

Prints or labels used for articles of merchan- 
dise {application Form KK). 
Class L— Motion-picture photoplays (application Form 
L). 

Class M ― Motion pictures other than photoplays (ap- 
plication Form M). 



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CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

OF A CLAIM TO COPYRIGHT IN A WORK OF ART, 
OR A MODEL OR DESIGN FOR WORK OF ART 



This Is To Certify that the following statements for the 
work herein named have been made a part of the records 
of the Copyright Office. In witness whereof the seal of the 
Copyright Office is hereto affixed. 

Jtëgittêr of Copyrighté 
United Зіаішш of America 



!. coPYKiGHT Claimant OR Claimants (Full NAMES and ADDRESSES) : 

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Knnry Tmra (ІППППГ- -… 

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2. Title .£ASTER_iiUlilIXKS„It. 

--■ -;-" ;:^77Го^ Р Г а _ гЙЙ— f h'eToïd— и— ÃoT, r ãls"o includes an employer in the 

工* ОопНдт» Citizenship -USA. 

diddle) (Іляі) 




Name -JSroerjr^- citei ÏÏSi 



(Name) 



4. For Published Works Only: 

(a) Published by 

(b) Date first placed on sale, sold, or publicly distributed 

(c) if produced Outside the United States by 
lithographic or photoengraving process, state where 

5. send Certificate, Refund (if Any), and Other 
Communications to: 



at 



(Place) 
(Month, åmj. »nd year) 



(CounUr) 



Name _£iaer^-I*-Ûûiiûûr. 
Address 5^5- 



Address 鄉― Central— ^arl^JJe^t 

^ (Number and street) 



DATES OF RECEIPT IN COPYRIGHT OFFICE 


APPUCATI 68" 


51, 


19U7 




ONE COPY P90 # 


51, 


I9k7 




TWO COPIES 









(City) 



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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SECURING REGISTRATION OF COPTOIGHT IN A WORK OF ART, 
OR A MODEL OR DESIGN FOR WORK OF ART 



PUBLISHED WORKS 
Registration may be secured for a work of art, or a 
model or design for work of art, after it has been pub- 
lished with notice of copyright, which may consist of the 
W ord "Copyright," or the abbreviation "Copr., or the 
symbol ©, accompanied in either case by the name of 
the copyright proprietor. The symbol © may be ac- 
companied merely by the initials, monogram, mark, or 
symbol of the copyright proprietor, provided that on 
some accessible portion of the copies or of the margin, 
back, permanent base, or pedestal, or of the substance on 
which such copies shall be mounted, his name shall 



The "date of publication" in the case of a work of 
which copies are reproduced for sale or public distribu- 
tion is defined in the Copyright Act as "the earliest date 
when copies of the first authorized edition were placed 
on sale, sold, or publicly distributed by the proprietor of 
the copyright or under his authority." The act provides 
that promptly after such publication with notice there 
shall be deposited in the Copyright Office two complete 
copies* of the best edition thereof then published, which 



should be accompanied by the application on Form G 
and statutory fee of $2 for registration and certificate. 
UNPUBLISHED WORKS 
Copyright may also be secured for an unpublished 
work of art, or a model or design for work of art, by the 
deposit in the Copyright Office of a photograph or other 
identifying reproduction,* accompanied by a claim 01 
copyright (use application Form G) and the statutory 
fee of $1 for registration and certificate. 

DURATION OF COPYRIGHT 

The first term of copyright is 28 years, which is com- 
puted in the case of a work published in the first instance 
from the date of publication; and in the case of an un- 
published work, from the date of registration. In the 
twenty-eighth year a renewal application (Form К fur- 
nished upon request) may be made to secure a second 
term of 28 years. 

•For the purpose of identification e»ch copy d— t«d In t^c 
Copyright Office should beer a title which should corroipoiid w.th 
the tiUe given in the application for reBistration. 



★ ★ ★ 



If you desire information or application forms (sup- 
plied free) for any class of work listed below, please 
advise which : 

Class A— Books published in the United Statee (appli- 
cation Form A ) . 
Books first published in a foreign country 
(application Form A Foreign). 

Class B— Periodicals (application Form B). 

Contributions to periodicals (application 
Form B5). 

Class С ~ Lectures, sermons, addresses, prepared for 
oral delivery (application Form C). 

Class D ― Dramatic or dramatico-musical compositions 

(application Form D). 
Class E 一 Musical compositions (application Form E). 
Class F ― Maps (application Form F). 



Class G— Works of art; models or designs for works of 

art (application Form G). 
Class H— Reproductions of a work of art (application 

Form H). 

Class I— Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 
technical character (application Form I). 

Class J— Photographs (application Form J). 

Class K— Prints and pictorial illustrations (application 
FormK). 

Prints or labels used for articles of merchan- 
dise (application Form KK). 
Class I^-Motion-picture photoplays (application Form 
L). 

Class M— Motion pictures other than photoplays (ap- 
plication Form M). 



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j^^PC^ PRL«>M AMY МАТеі^іАЪ. 
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丁 he Library of Congress 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
WASHINGTON 



CERTIFICATE OF COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION 

THis is to certify, in conformity with section 55 of the Act to Amend and 
Consolidate the Acts respecting Copyright approved March 4 ^9 as 
amended by the Act approved March 2, 1913 ( that xwo cop.es of the BOOK 
画 ed herein have been deposited in this Office under the provins of the 
"of 1909, together with the ДРГтлѵ.т prescribed msec" thereof ; and 
that registration of a claim to copyright for the first term of 28 >ears 
Zn the date of publication of said book has been duly made m the name of 

[OVER] 



/ dedicate this hook to my youngest, dearest 
friends, the children of America. While I was put- 
ting й together I kept thinking of all the children 
in m any far places who have lost their parents and 
their homes and haven't much fun any more. 

¿J.3. 



COPYRIGHT 1940 BY EMERY I. CONDOR 
MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 




HOBBY HORSE HOUSE 
46 KING STREET, NEW YORK CITY 




don't cross the street when the light 
is red. My taxi-driver did it and he had a very bad 
automobile accident. The ambulance came and 
took me to the hospital. In my ward I met many 
children. Some were in pain and couldn't sit up. 
Johnny was there. He had stolen a ride on the back 
of a truck. His ribs were broken. He couldn't sit 
up, but his hands weren't hurt. He was very un- 
happy, because he had nothing to do. Everybody 
I the ward wanted to cheer him up. The other 
children sent him a book 
of funnies to look at and 




Miss Devlin, the nurse, gave him an orange. I cut 
out a little horse and sent it over to him. He ate 




the orange and put my horse on his bedside table 
on top of the "Funnies". The cover was gaily 




striped. He asked for a scissors and out of the cover, 
Johnny cut another little horse like the one I made. 
His horse was striped and looked like a zebra. He 
was very proud of it. 





The other children wanted to have little animals 
too. I invented many others which were easy to 
make. We kept making more and more animals. The 
doctors looked a little doubtful but decided it was 
all right because the children laughed so much. 




Miss Davis, the nice girl who gave massages to the 
children took the animals to other wards and other 



children. The children loved the funny little an- 
imals and asked for more. And lhe grown-ups too. 
Soon their bedside tables were turned into tiny zoos. 




Now here are the instructions: They are very 
simple. I won't say any more because you will see 
how they're done. One little friend of mine is only 
three years old and he cuts out beautiful animals. 
All you need is a scissors. A big one is easier to 
work with. You should fold the paper in the middle. 




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You see there are different ways of folding the 
paper before you start to cut. 




Please copy or trace outlines on the folded paper. 




for thousands and thousands of children. Parents 
and teachers loved them too and all of them asked 
for instructions. "How can the children make 
them?" they asked me. 




After I left the hospital many well children saw 
me make my zoo. My own little girl wanted to 
bring some to school. I came to school with her and 
cut out animals for her class. Then I went to other 
schools. And to churches and camps. I made zoos 



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Here are samples with outlines, but if you fold ibe pÕ"" Draw the eyes and eyebrows in pencil or 
paper you will cut both sides at the same time. black ink, using very simple lines as in the sample. 




The outlines of many animals are in the original 
size but here are many others too. 




You can cut 
the: yoursdf."Very soon you will be so clever 
that you won't need an outline at all. You 
make your own animals and even people. You will 
find that you can cut out everything: Airplanes and 




You should prepare the sheet just like the sample 
pasted in. 



automobiles, wicked witches, your pets, and your 
family. 




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Try to work freely without outlines. It's more fun. 

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You can make gay decorations for parties, 
Christmas, for Hallowe'en, for Easter, and 
tine's day. 





Your birthck^greetings will be all your own 
and when you have a party you can make a place 
card for each guest. You can have a perfect zoo at 
home. You can put animals in your scrap book and 
you can hang little angels on your Christmas tree. 
And you can teach other children to make them 
and have fun with them. 



I hope you have a good time with your Cut-Outs. 




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